- — Tufts Live (@TuftsLive)Tue, Nov 13 2012 22:05:11"Once you can see the idea that some authority has a right to determine what is/ is not legitimate speech, you've lost control over speech"
- — Tufts Live (@TuftsLive)Tue, Nov 13 2012 22:25:55Would I rather live in a country that allows people to say hateful, ignorant things, or where people are not allowed to speak their minds?
ACLU's Anthony Romero at Tufts
On November 13, ACLU Executive Director Anthony Romero came to campus as part of the Richard E. Snyder President's Lecture Series at Tufts. His speech, "Sticks and Stones: Freedom of Expression and Political Correctness," addressed the right to speak freely, even if that speech is hateful.
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